1847 – Born on the 1st of December in Windsor, Conneticut.
1869 – She was a Vassar graduate.
1878 – She taught science and mathematics in Washington, Pennsylvania at the secondary level.
– While teaching she contributed several articles on mathematics to Educational Times of Great Britain.
– She began graduate work at Johns Hopkins University.
1882 – She earned a Ph.D. in logic and mathematics with her dissertation The Algebra of Logic.
– She married Fabian Franklin, a Johns Hopkins mathematics professor. They had two children, a son who lived only a few days and a daughter Margaret who grew up and became a prominent member of the women’s suffrage movement.
1926 – She was not awarded the Ph.D. until this year.
1929 – In psychology she was interested in vision particularly color vision and she published Color and Color Theories.
1930 – Died on the 5th fo March in New York City.